WE ARE LOOKING FOR SOME ONE SPECIAL. HARD WORKING WITH/WITHOUT BUSH EXPERIENCE TO WORK IN DESERT CHANNEL’S ON-GROUND FIELD CREW. JOIN A HIGHLY MOTIVATED TEAM AND LEARN WOODY WEED CONTROL, MUST BE EXPERIENCED IN THE SAFE OPERATION OF ATVS, ABIDE BY WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY AND BE ABLE TO CARRY OUT BASIC RECORD KEEPING.
Postcode: 4730 (Longreach, Queensland)
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Desert Channels Queensland Ltd
Member since: August 2021
Desert Channels Group (DCG) is one of 15 regional bodies in Queensland and 56 Australia wide. It was
founded in December 2002 as part of the national wide regional arrangements between the Australian
and State Governments to deliver funds from the Natural Heritage Trust for the sustainable management
of our natural resources.
The Desert Channels region is the Queensland section of the Lake Eyre Basin. At 509, 933 square
kilometres, it is the largest regional area in Queensland, but has a sparse population of only 14, 500.
This extremely diverse landscape includes the woodlands of the Desert Uplands, the rolling plains of the
Mitchell Grass Downs and Channel Country to the dunes of the Simpson Desert.
The predominant land use of rangeland cattle and sheep grazing supports a declining population in the
rural areas. Urban communities are increasingly sustained by tourism and government services. There
is also an expanding minerals and petroleum industry.
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